Nature trust helps fund Splinter Ridge expansion

Help from the Bicentennial Nature Trust has helped the Indiana Department of Natural Resources expand Splinter Ridge Fish & Wildlife Area in Jefferson County.

The 77-acre addition to Splinter Ridge in southeast Indiana features upland forest covering several steep hills and is about 2 miles from the Ohio River near Brooksburg.

The property is a favorite destination for hunters, said Director Cameron Clark.

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